Transcript for San Fran's Bacon Bacon Wins Court Battle
We're going to turn to the big bacon battle sizzling. I knew you were going to say that. In san francisco this morning, it's happening right now. One side, fans of the pork-themed restaurant. I didn't know there was one. On the other, some who say the pork stinks, literally. So, they had it shut down. Nick watt is there. Reporter: You can almost smell it through your tv, right? That's the problem. The porky pungent aroma drifting out of bacon bacon divided this hood, between those who don't dig the piggy whiff. For me, the problem has been the bacon smell. Reporter: And those who can't get enough. It's the smell of bacon. That's great. Reporter: The health department closed the place down in may. Drawing so much national media attention, that even "saturday night live" chimed in. It has to be tricky to walk up to a cop and complain something smells like bacon. Reporter: Not since the '60s have the pigs brawn so much heat in the haight. To save bacon bacon. Reporter: Hundreds bought t-shirts and thousands signed the petition demanding their hog heaven reopen. Bacon bacon's facebook page got over 12,000 likes with fans posting, power to the pork. And bacon bacon will rise again. The whole piggy mess wound up in court. And late thursday, a judge ruled that the sweet smell of swine will return. So, long as bacon bacon agrees to update their ventilation system. So, the braken brouhaha sizzling for months is over. So, guys, ahight ash bury residents, it's back to peace and love now, right? For "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles.
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